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Aaron Outhier

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  1. Yes, I'm aware of what to do. I suspect that the Nano sometimes tries to write data to the card faster than the card is able to handle. I don't know that for sure. There are so many different makes and models of SD card and many are just different quality. with so much variation, its too hard for the dev's to track down problems in end-users systems with so many variables.
  2. Hello, So, I plan to load kismet-client, et-al, onto my Pineapple Nano, and use it to drive the partially complete kismet-server on the owl. However, I want to do that over a secure connection - i.e. a wired interface. I don't trust my wifi network - I suspect an wireless intruder. More about that another day. Please don't ask questions about this on a public forum... Basically, I have the Nano plugged into the Owl's dedicated USB port, and I have the Owl plugged onto the Nano's USB port. A USB WiFi dongle is connect to the Owl's pass-through port to give the Nano Internet access for the time being. I will be swapping the USB WiFi for a USB drive once I get everything working. The USB Y-adapter powers them both via a 2.4A USB power adapter. My first obstacle is: The Owl doesn't detect the Nano as a USB-Network interface. No doubt there no driver built-in. Being able to establish sockets between the two devices will be critical to making this team-up work. Thoughts?? I might just contact Hak5 support. I do try to save that for a "last-ditch" option. The forums are here for a reason.
  3. Ok, so with regard to the built-in reader on the NANO - almost everyone is having issues there - myself included. They might not have much to say, since it has been discussed soooooo many times on these here forums. I always say -- it doesn't hurt to ask. The worst case is they ignore you. Again.
  4. BTW, the issues I have occur on a TV, when I use a Dell Monitor, I have no issues. I also use a DVI to HDMI for the monitor, since the monitor doesn't have speakers, and I my video card has only one HDMI and one DVI.
  5. This occurs on one of my systems also. It still occurs if I reverse the HTMI cables on the Crab. The funny thing is, the video displays perfectly on monitor, but C2 says the crab is waiting for a signal. The problem seems to go away if I use a different monitor. Oddly enough, the TV I was using that has the issue also gives me problems on my Raspberry Pi 4 - The Pi never detects a device on that HDMI interface, and nothing is displayed on the TV. At least with the Crab, I can use the TV. On a semi-related note: My TV doesn't receive the HDMI Audio signal when the Crab is in the mix, but works fine when I remove the Crab from the equation. I'm not sure if this is normal - the Crab might not be designed to relay HDMI audio.
  6. Hello, and welcome to the user-to-user forums here at Hak5. First off, two big disclaimers: 1. Obviously, you're going to void your warranty if you try to modify your device yourself. 2. I haven't yet ordered a LAN Turtle - that is next on my list of hak5 gear. TBH, it's also probably the last item on my list, as I have already bought the other items I want. As such, my info presented below is my supposing, and not in any way definite or concrete. That said, here we go! To the best of my knowledge, the original LAN Turtle, LAN Turtle 3G and LAN Turtle SD all use the same main board. From an engineering standpoint, this just makes sense. I would fully expect the 3G add-on board and the SD add-on board to be interchangeable. Just designing one main board, with a common expansion connector (or solder points) just makes things easier all-around. I am aware that Hak5 replaced the earlier design that had a integrated USB Male port, with one that features a pig tail. I don't have sufficient info, but I don't imagine that this is related to the transition from the original model to the SD model. The USB connector change could have been (and I expect it was) to fix an engineering oversight - to take the extra weight/torque off of the computer's USB port. Although the early models probably aren't terribly heavy, they're long and bulky enough that it wouldn't take much more to snap off the USB connector. At this point, you're probably saying "thats all great, but it doesn't answer my question". As for that, my apologies. I tend to get a bit carried away. If it were me, I would contact hak5 support and verify first if it can be done with the model you have, and second if they could just sell you the add-on board. The devs at hak5 know their own product better than anyone else - they designed them! Also, if you obtain and correctly attach their pre-designed board, you won't need to worry about device drivers, as they'll already be onboard in the stock firmware. I hope that some of this helps. P.S.: For what its worth, it should be fairly trivial to add your own pig-tail on the USB port - it sounds like you know what you're doing. Just desolder the existing USB, and add the cable in the length you want.
  7. Read previous posts. Someone was saying to use a USB drive instead of a MicroSD card, since some programs don’t work from the MicroSD. That info was from 2018, however, and may not be current info.
  8. Replace scriptname with the actual name of your script. 999 people just said “yeah, that’s obvious”. 1 person just said “Ahhh! That actually makes sense!” I post this for the benefit of that one.
  9. Echo Y | scriptname
  10. For security & hacking forums, try https://forums.kali.org/
  11. Once you are connected to the AP, you can access the other connected devices. In an real-life Pen test, for example, someone within a particular company would hire you to conduct a cyber attack on the company. There would be certain criteria given, such as certain machines being off-limits, or perhaps you are given a specific attack or task to perform, etc. Anyhow, in order to prove that you have accomplished the assigned task, you often retrieve data specific the the machine or machines in question, such as specific files stored there, or a list of passwords stored therein, etc. To be honest, I’ve never done a real Pen test, so my understanding of what goes on in one is limited. A tool such as nmap can be used to scan the network for attached devices. Before I go any further, I want to point-out and remind everyone, that running these kinds of tests, even for “educational purposes” is illegal if you perform them on someone else’s equipment without permission of someone who owns, manages, or maintains said equipment, and has the authority to give such permission. Lastly, as I tried to to say earlier, where you go next depends on your ultimate destination. I understand that you don’t have a destination yet, but rather are expressing curiosity as to the possibilities. I’m just saying, if you want more specific answers, it helps to ask more specific questions... 🤪
  12. The WiFi key is needed to access the WiFi network. This would be the first step in running a Pen Test. If you’re looking for more info on Pen Testing, check out the offensive security web site, for more info on tips and techniques. Also check the Kali Linux website for more tools of the trade. Also, in the interest of “for educational purposes”, I would remind everyone that cracking networks that you don’t own is considered to be malicious hacking. It can get you into legal trouble.
  13. Sda1 is the SD CARD slot... Looks like your microSD card is to blame for the error messages posted above.
  14. That kind of depends on what you hope to accomplish. Before getting directions to your destination, it helps to have a clear destination in mind. It should be easy enough to connect to the target network now, but if that’s not your intended outcome, then that is little help.
  15. I received my SharkJack a few days ago, and was shocked to see a scan in the loot folder from November 2019. I did a firmware update, and now, of course that file is gone.
  16. Hello, and welcome to Hak5 forums. Let me start by pointing out that you aren’t getting any replies, because you have posted very little info as to the problem you are having. There are just too many possible causes to your troubles, and most folks don’t want to deal with rookies. I always try to remember we were all rookies once upon a time. That said, please run the following commands on your SharkJack, and post the output in your reply: ls -lh file <name-of-your-compiled-program> Note: I haven’t checked yet if the SharkJack has the “file” command. If it doesn’t, you may simply run the second command on your dev environment. Naturally, substitute the actual name of your program. Do not include the <angled brackets>.
  17. Hello, I'm not sure if this is the problem, but I do know that my shark jack does take a moment to boot up. Try this: plug the SharkJack into your computer, and set for arming mode. Then, wait 1 minute (As in 60 seconds) or so for the SJ to fully boot before trying to connect. Before the SharkJack has fully booted, you won’t actually have an IP address, since the DHCP server hasn’t started, etc.
  18. I believe the issue the OP is having is that there are 2 default gateways. I get a similar issue on any computer with 2 network connections, when both connections have a DHCP server configured. The WiFi Pineapple Nano comes to mind, for example, when I plug in the USB connection to my laptop, my Internet goes down. The easiest solution is to configure the SharkJack interface to use a Static IP, and don’t specify a Default Gateway. In most cases, you can leave the DNS server blank also.
  19. Well, everyday is a school day! Since the question was raised, I went and checked. Sure enough, there is a web server!
  20. I am not aware of there being any internal web page or web server. AFAIK, the only access is via SSH and that is a Linux command prompt only.
  21. I have this adapter also. It comes in the SharkJack “kit”, available when you purchase your SharkJack from Hak5. You won’t get it if you just purchased the SharkJack ala carte.
  22. First of all, the unit gets very hot whenever I try to charge it. I don’t think that is supposed to happen. In less than a minute after plugging in, I have to unplug it, because it is uncomfortable to hold. Also, I did manage to charge it up (took me about 20 minutes of plugging and unplugging), and connected it in arming mode to my laptop. Is it normal to receive a SharkJack and have an Nmap log file in the loot folder dated 7 months prior to my purchase? Something seems off here...
  23. Hi, I have been wanting to pick up a WiFi Pineapple and a SharkJack for a while - I am short about $45 US. Imagine my joy when I see I can get a free SharkJack with my purchase! Then, imagine my dismay, when I add the Tetra and SharkJack to my cart, and try to apply the coupon code...
  24. 2 options for this: 1. Setup a Cloud C2 Server, and run an on-demand ssh connection from the web interface, or 2. Enable SSH using the line in the WiFi-connect payload, which can be found here on the forums.
  25. In order to stay connected to your network, the Signal Owl needs wlan0 to stay in client mode, however, running airmon-ng switches it to monitor mode. Monitor mode causes the wireless radio to go into a passive scanning mode. The wlan0 radio can’t be in both client and monitor mode at the same time. This is why your ssh connection drops. Either connect a second WiFi Adapter to the Owl, and use it for your network/Internet connection, or write/change your payload script to run airmon -ng at boot up and log the results to the flash drive.
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